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Quincy Jones’ Qwest TV Offers Free Access to Educational and Cultural
Institutions

With more than 1,000 video offerings, Qwest TV is bringing some of the most
powerful performances in jazz, soul, funk, classical, and global music to
students and educators for free. As part of its Qwest TV EDU initiative,
the streaming service will provide carefully curated, culturally
significant musical performances to all willing educational institutions
starting in September 2020 for one year. All videos are available in the
best possible quality.

This initiative comes in response to and in support of the worldwide
protests against brutality and anti-Black racism. Qwest TV hopes to be an
entry point for those wanting to connect with and learn more about the
wide-ranging music made by Black Americans, along with other striking
musical artists from around the world.

Institutions already participating in the program include Harvard,
Princeton, and The University of the Arts. The service now aims to reach as
many students as possible, from elementary schools to conservatories and
community colleges.

Qwest TV features a range of music-related content including concerts by
everyone from Herbie Hancock to Anderson.Paak; archival recordings and
rarities from pivotal artists from Louis Armstrong to Gregory Porter; and
interviews and documentaries from Tony Allen to Questlove, to add vital
context. Extensive notes written by scholars and journalists further
enhance the experience. Music lovers and curious explorers can browse the
service carefully curated channels and discover more about a country,
style, or artistic movement that intrigues them.

"We’ve got to believe that we are multicultural miracles, and we at Qwest
TV want all of you to embrace and celebrate that. The future is a bright,
beautiful mix of colors, and we hope that many will join us by taking
action in all fields of society, to lay the groundwork for a positive
future for the kids of tomorrow." Quincy Jones

For institutions willing to seize this opportunity, please complete the
form via our website: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__qwest.tv_edu_&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=PHu0YcldevQqIedM86l0iexbqE-AeZLl-lupNToNx6I&m=ibaD3IWxhcUExCk9N241vibsTQviOZF36cVhL1pTkxY&s=Y7xwiIYrb-uG1Hy-oKWSBUuM3RMQPdDnP-Dc7NT3has&e= 

About Qwest TV: Co-founded and curated by Quincy Jones, Qwest TV (qwest.tv)
is a celebration of unique talents, traditions, and rhythms. With more than
a thousand music-related experiences on offer, the video streaming service
strives to be the world’s home for jazz, soul, funk, classical, and world
music.


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